4 minute time lapse music video over the course of 24 hours

By Dan Black. shot without a break.

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+11 1. imagic commented 8 years ago

ok... SO WHERE IS THE SONG ? :)

i mean, it would be nice to make the vid 4 minutes longer and pt the song behind the vid
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+2 3. loadme commented 8 years ago

the achievement would have been to do this for 24hours.
instead.. look at his video. from 09:50 to 16:45 he isnt in the scene but only on printed media. thats 7 (!!) hours difference from what he is so proud about.
enough for a long relaxing sleep.. his next 25 minute break from the shot is 18:25 to 18:50.

however, its a very cool production
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+3 4. dave9191 commented 8 years ago

So much effort and dedication has to always be commended. It's just a shame the video isn't really worth watching or listening to in the end :(
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+2 5. krillemaster commented 8 years ago

why? just WHY?
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+2 6. Pyranthos commented 8 years ago

so they spent 24 hours to painstakingly make a 4 minute video that we got a 2 minute and 42 second documentary about, and yet this is in the awesome category? I could of sworn there was a documentary section, which is where this belongs..

Besides that, too much work involved for a music video. A green-screen would of been much less troublesome and been able to use actual singing, not still frame lip syncing.